<cookie jar for sale in jedburgh Scottish borders>
is the 'string' put in by a bloggee into Google from Melbourne Oz and amongst several other sites he/she/it has unearthed Musings. If only because of a rant some months ago about our marvelous bakery in Newcastle Norn Iron called The Cookie Jar which produces the world's best wheaten bread and caramel shortbread-the latter usually sold out by 9.05 am making for Huttonian a difficult choice between early golf and a visit to the bakery .
I doubt if the OZ surfer got any hard information on where to buy cookie jars in the Borders-the websites I saw were not particularity helpful. And why the Scottish Borders I wonder?Are such artifacts not available in Melbourne or Sydney. Perhaps the Aussie in question was prepared to make a favourite short break destination trip all the way to Scotland in search of his elusive prize. If so, and if there are others similarly inclined in the pursuit of excellence-indeed there might well be out there a whole lot of Cookie Jar spotters anoraks, then surely here is a spendid marketing opportunity for the hard pressed Scottish Borders Tourist Board. Surely some local potter could be encouraged to turn out cookie jars, perhaps in the shape of Hume Castle, and have the wares advertised world wide via the slogan 'Come to the Scottish Borders the Cookie Jar capital of the world' And with all the usual short list of Borders attractions shutting down at the end ofOctober -Paxton House, Manderston, etc here would be a Holy Grail open all year round in competition with the Honey Farm (which is in England) Indeed make a virtue of this-sell (English) Borders honey in (Scottish) Cookie Jars. We know of one prospective customer from Oz and Scottish Air could put on special cookie jar flights from Melbourne to Newcastle or Edinburgh. It just needs a bit of drive and enthusiasm
A very exciting prospect And a good inspirational start to the week. Go to it SBTB